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Sep 24, 2010 11:00am EDT
know where to go, cnnpolitics.com, of course. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idea from general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills makes getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. you're checking out my awesome headband. that's when you find out your cut-rate insurance it ain't payin' for this. so get allstate. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar nobody protects you from mayhem like allstate. >>> what do you say we talk money right now? and wall street. let's go to cnnmoney.com. interesting. the bulls are back. stocks surge. it's because the dow is up right now 170 points. remember when we'd say, it's up 170 points, wouldn't be that excited about it? nasdaq up 41 points and we're going to get to wall street and check in on that in just a second, but help for small businesses really on the way to the tune of $40 billion. last week, the senate passed a new piece of legislation and last night, the house signed of
CNN
Sep 27, 2010 5:00pm EDT
's being seen as a sign he's being groomed to succeed his father. he's believed to be 26 or 27 years old. >>> the u.s. government has filed a complaint against the makers of pom. they are accused of making false claims about the benefits of its products on heart disease, prostate cancer and other ailments. in a statement responding to the charges, pom says the case is unwarranted and that it disagrees with the allegations. >>> this is a very sad story. the owner of the company that makes the segway has died apparently in an accident involving one of his upright two-wheeled vehicles. investigators believe 62-year-old james heselden was killed when his segway plunged into a river. h hes heselden took control of the company that makes segway earlier this year. the circumstances, wolf, are still being investigated, but still very, very sad. >> very sad indeed. very tragic. thanks, kate, for that >>> "the situation room" is now on facebook. go to facebook.com/cnnsituationroom. click on the "like" button to become a fan. "the situation room" on facebook. >>> five gop presidential hopefuls, the
CNN
Sep 23, 2010 11:00am EDT
a third lawsuit that he groomed young men into having sex with him. he cancelled a news conference and radio show interview set for today. his lawyers read a written statement by the evangelist on the radio saying the charges are false. >>> 5 million cans of sim mi lack is recalling formula. >>> a florida appeals court struck down a state law banning gay men and lesbians from adoption. the court upheld a ruling that the ban wassen constitutional. >> and meteorologist rob marciano here with his eye on the midwest and a disturbance in the caribbean? >> yes. what's going on in the midwest, don, is of pretty importance right now. from southern minnesota up through wisconsin, you've got heavy rain falling in this area, and some has been falling for quite some time. these are the rainfall tallies out of parts of minnesota the past day or so. nine inches in amboy, and maple ton seeing six inches. more rain right there, south of minneapolis, and working its way across the river. as a matter of fact, in arcadia, wisconsin, there are evacuations going on now. there's a river going through to
CNN
Sep 3, 2010 6:00am EDT
a ton of warnings. they've taken the lifeguard towers 0 off of the beaches. they're literally grooming the sand. they're maintaining the beach here and trying to make sure that people know that ocean city is still really open for business and that, even though today might really be a lost day at the beach, kiran and ali, that come tomorrow they're hoping that people here are going to enjoy themselves still. >> it's nice that they're preparing the sand for a pretty welcome to the hurricane. that's always the hope. some of the worst things that happen after hurricanes are not the flattening of the houses that we often see, it's that you're put out of business. your lights are gone. your electricity is gone. when it's a real disaster, you at least prepare for it and treat it like that. some people hope the worst doesn't hit. it's not the worst. it's just bad enough that it could throw you off for a few days. in ocean city and montauk and the barrier islands off north carolina, they're hoping that that damage at least gives them the ability to clean up and get things going for the rest of
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